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Dreams for Healing: Using Dreams as a Pathway to the Soul

Dreams for Healing: Using Dreams as a Pathway to the Soul Learn the meaning behind dreams, your personal dream language and let it assist you in healing relationships, your body, and life by discovering the longings of your soul. Learn to recall and interpret your dreams, the language of the heart and soul, to heal your heart, body and life.


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"A dream which is not interpreted is like a letter which is not read."
~ The Dream Dictionary


Meaning of Names in Dreams:
How Dreams Teach Us through Word Play

By Laura Grace (formerly Laura V. Hyde)
Excerpt from her online dream course

Have you ever recalled a specific name in a dream?

Michelle had a dream of a character whose name is "Frank." In waking life, she doesn't know anyone named "Frank," so she is confused about this character. But by focusing on the name, she begins to see how the name of the character is suggesting that she needs to be more "frank" in a work related situation she is struggling with. Michelle has been too timid and in asserting herself. In this case, the name of the dream character says it all.

Sometimes dreams teach you through word play, this is the focus of today's lesson.

Understanding Word Play in Dreams

When a specific name appears in your dreams - whether it is a person, place or thing - look for word play. Some names that my clients have shared with me include the following:

1. Seattle - which represented the need to settle down for this client who was always on the go, afraid of commitment, and ready for a significant relationship.

2. Barbara - which represented barbs for a client who had been speaking negatively of a family member to other relatives.

3. Hope - which represented faith and trust for a client who was seeking to make a major life change.

4. William - which represented strength of will for a client who needed to assert himself in a work situation.

Watch for word play whenever the name of a person, place or thing stands out in your dream. You may need to "play" around with the names a few times to fully comprehend its' meaning, but it's worth it. Your subconscious mind is clever and has a sense of humor!

Try This!
Go through your dream journal and circle names or words mentioned. Determine if they hold any special meaning for you. Jot your observations in the margins of your journal.




Copyright © by Laura Grace. All rights reserved. Excerpt from her online dream course.


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